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Re: non league football thread

Post by James A » Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:44 pm

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James A wrote:I think Wrexham assistant coach Brian Carey used to play for Crusaders years back.

Ummm......not a name that i know James?
I've been watching the Crues for over 30 years now and i can't recall the name?
My mistake it was Cork he played for. Im pretty sure we have had a player from Crusaders though
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Re: non league football thread

Post by junkmale » Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:42 pm

James A wrote:
junkmale wrote:
James A wrote:I think Wrexham assistant coach Brian Carey used to play for Crusaders years back.

Ummm......not a name that i know James?
I've been watching the Crues for over 30 years now and i can't recall the name?
My mistake it was Cork he played for. Im pretty sure we have had a player from Crusaders though
Are you maybe thinking about Goalkeeper Michael Ingham?
I think he was with Wrexham for a while?
He played for Cliftonville here in Northern Ireland.
I'm almost sure he's with York now.

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Post by James A » Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:26 am

Ummm......not a name that i know James?
I've been watching the Crues for over 30 years now and i can't recall the name?[/quote]

My mistake it was Cork he played for. Im pretty sure we have had a player from Crusaders though[/quote]

Are you maybe thinking about Goalkeeper Michael Ingham? :D I think he was with Wrexham for a while?
He played for Cliftonville here in Northern Ireland.
I'm almost sure he's with York now.[/quote]

Yep. Good keeper for us. Our current keeper Chris Maxwell theres constant rumours that Spurs and Everton are going to put bids in for him. Also if Newcastle buy Neil Taylor from Swansea we get a 10% cut. Could have a bit of cash for the new season at this rate :D
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Re: non league football thread

Post by forestville » Tue Jul 05, 2011 7:07 pm

the 2011/2012 fixtures have been released for the blue square premier, north, and south.

those of that support teams in the bsp i'll see at the lamb (tamworth fc) and at your grounds as-well

here's to a great new footie season in the bsp
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Re: non league football thread

Post by James A » Wed Jul 06, 2011 4:16 am

Tamworth away on my Birthday. Thats going to be a short trip up the road for me :D
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Re: non league football thread

Post by junkmale » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:06 am

Bring on Fulham on July 14th :D

Counting the days now!

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Re: non league football thread

Post by forestville » Wed Jul 06, 2011 7:09 pm

our first game of the season is barrow away, its a long trip up north but worth it
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Post by retrogamerdude » Sun Jul 10, 2011 5:26 pm

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Re: non league football thread

Post by the_hawk » Mon Jul 11, 2011 4:17 am

junkmale wrote:Bring on Fulham on July 14th :D

Counting the days now!
Is this not on tele? I can't find it listed anywhere! Poor show.

I also see that not only are the Crues charging four or five times the cost of their average home game for this one, but Fulham are actually charging £5 a ticket for the return leg! :shock:
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Post by the_hawk » Tue Jul 12, 2011 4:24 am

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I've been told the game is on Premier Sports TV.

http://www.premiersports.tv/index.html

This leads to a couple of questions, what the Hell is Premier Sports TV & Where in Manchester shows it?
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Re: non league football thread

Post by boggyb68 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 12:04 pm

I follow non league quite avidly.. I always look out for the Kent teams results, go and see the occasional match at Tonbridge, Welling, Dover etc..

Most upsetting thing is when the fine chap Tony Kempster passed away and that was the end of his brilliant non league football site.. was a mine of info and results throughout the Football league Pyramid and it also explained how all the promotion and relegation system worked between the leagues... which is a bit more complicated then it at first seems..

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Post by retrogamerdude » Wed Jul 13, 2011 5:41 am

boggyb68 wrote:I follow non league quite avidly.. I always look out for the Kent teams results, go and see the occasional match at Tonbridge, Welling, Dover etc..

Most upsetting thing is when the fine chap Tony Kempster passed away and that was the end of his brilliant non league football site.. was a mine of info and results throughout the Football league Pyramid and it also explained how all the promotion and relegation system worked between the leagues... which is a bit more complicated then it at first seems..

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I always went on the Tony Kempster website and it was amazing, he made it easy to understand the promotion/relegation between each league and each step in the non league pyramid - pity the site isnt updated anymore :(

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Re: non league football thread

Post by the_hawk » Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:43 am

Brilliant result for Linfield last night. Although I can't see us getting through at least we're still in the tie, though the away goal & the fact that we'll have to score over there will probably screw us.

Still, it'll be much more interesting watching tomorrow's draw that it would have been had we been 5-0 down.

Irish League clubs have done brilliantly in Europe so far, big night for the Glens & the Crues. Seems the Fulham game is on Setanta in "Ireland" & Premier Sports UK on the mainland (we don't get Setanta over here any more) I'm sure that means there'll be a way of viewing it in the piracy of my own home.
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Re: non league football thread

Post by retrogamerdude » Sun Jul 17, 2011 2:14 pm

Spennymoor v Blyth Spartans Postponed due to a waterlogged pitch - terrible weather in Spennymoor friday night saturday morning left puddles on the pitch and also having to call of the family fun day/ supporters charity match as well

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Re: non league football thread

Post by forestville » Wed Jul 27, 2011 7:17 pm

last saturday (july the 23rd) be beat our old local rivals burton albain in a home friendly that was 4 - 0 to us
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